Antonym: wind. Similar words: unwieldy, unwisely, unwitting, unwittingly, unwillingness, wind, windy, window. Meaning: [‚ʌn'waɪnd] v. 1. reverse the winding or twisting of 2. separate the tangles of 3. become less tense, rest, or take one's ease 4. cause to feel relaxed.
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1 It helps them to unwind after a busy day at work.
2 Shake the rope and let the coils unwind.
3 Reading is a good way to unwind.
4 A glass of beer before dinner helped him unwind.
5 She started to unwind her scarf.
6 After a couple of drinks, Tom began to unwind.
7 But how many of us make time to unwind?
8 Snakes unwind all over the floor like ribbons and strings, or shimmer like livers.
9 He watched the altimeter unwind and he blinked repeatedly as his Kittyhawk smashed through the tortured, blackened air.
10 How could Vinik unwind such large positions without the markets for those stocks falling in on themselves and on Magellan?
11 I felt him unwind beside me, his arms and legs twitching as his muscles relaxed.
12 He watched the altimeter unwind and felt his straps grip as the desert floor swung up to face him.
13 They took full advantage of the opportunity to unwind after a torrid few weeks.
14 If you overeat at night to unwind or relieve stress[sentencedict.com], find a substitute.
15 It is therefore possible to unwind the program that many times, obtaining a finite syntactic approximation which exhibits the same behaviour.
16 Reading helps me unwind.
17 I take classes in yoga to help me unwind.
18 After a hard day's work, it's good to unwind.
19 Unwind the solemn twine, and tie my Valentine!
20 In an attempt to unwind its massive stimulus unleashed during the global financial crisis, China has over the past nine months raised interest rates four times and banks' required reserves nine times.
21 A glass of wine in the evening helps me to unwind after work.
22 The pace of life slows and it is easy to unwind.
23 Set in spectacular countryside, the Shiga Hotel is the perfect place to unwind.
24 After this ordeal Tom left him to have a soak and slowly Willie began to unwind.
25 Sally Rouses, a working mother of two, used to unwind daily by running at dawn or dusk along tree-lined streets.
26 This aspect of the deal was necessary because Altus Finance needed to unwind an elaborate scheme it had concocted in 1991.
27 Can you spare as little as half an hour each day to unwind or to commune with nature?
28 The large campsites always have large refreshment marquees with discos to enable everyone to unwind after a day's racing.
29 Another of Shaffer's passions is racing his Formula Ford car to unwind in what little spare time he has.
30 I sat down by the window and tried to unwind.
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